New Functionality Friday - Help manage my record!

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As we mentioned last week, we are spending the last several weeks of 2014 focusing on highly-requested items from our iDeas Forum. This post includes the second of the end-of-the-year goodies that we recently released: Trusted Individuals. Did you ever wish you could enable someone else to add things to your ORCID record, or add your ORCID iD to something that requires your username and password, without giving the other person your sign-in credentials? If so, this new functionality is for you!

日本語版 ORCID.org の開設! (ORCID.org in Japanese!)

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日本語版 ORCID.org の開設!

これまで提供してきた諸言語でのサービスにもうひとつ言語が加えられ、ORCID のサイトが日本語でご利用いただけるようになりました。このリリースにより、当サイトでの対応言語は 7 つとなり、他の言語の準備も着々と進んでいます。ORCID はグローバル コミュニティであり、私たちは、有益な情報と資料を誰もが確実に利用できるよう日々努めています。今回の翻訳の準備にご尽力いただいた ORCID アンバサダーの時実象一氏 (https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1236-1930) には、心よりお礼を申し上げます。また、今回のリリースを、11 月 5 日の東京アウトリーチ・ミーティングに合わせて発表できることは誠に喜ばしく、ミーティングの会場をご提供くださる国立情報学研究所および現地プログラム委員会の各位を含め、このイベントの開催にご助力いただいた方々にはこの場を借りて謝意を表したいと思います。日本におけるすべての同僚ならびにサポーターの皆さまにご挨拶申し上げます。新たに設けられたページが皆さまの心に叶うことを願ってやみません。

ORCID.org in Japanese!

We are delighted to announce that we have added another language to those that we already serve: the ORCID site is now available in Japanese. This release brings the number of languages that we support on our site to 7, with others in the pipeline. ORCID is a global community, and we strive to ensure that useful information and materials are accessible to everyone. Sincere thanks to ORCID Ambassador, Soichi Tokizane (https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1236-1930), who was instrumental in preparing this translation. We are especially pleased to announce this release in time for our Outreach Meeting in Tokyo, on November 5th, and would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped to make this event happen, including the National Institute of Informatics for kindly hosting the meeting and the local program committee. Our greetings to all our colleagues and supporters in Japan. We hope you like the new pages!

New Functionality Friday - BibTeX goodness

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As we kick off our third year, and round the end of 2014, we are spending some time focusing on highly-requested items from our iDeas Forum. This forum provides a venue for us to hear suggestions from the very engaged ORCID community. While there are many more great ideas than we have the resources to tackle, we think you’ll be excited by the items that we’ve taken on.

This post describes the first of the end-of-the-year goodies that we are releasing today: Import from BibTeX.​

New webinar: Libraries, Researchers and ORCID

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We are pleased to announce a forthcoming webinar on Libraries, Researchers and ORCID. In this webinar, we will explore the ways that libraries can support researchers in creating and using their ORCID iDs. Join our panel of experts from the library community as they share their tips for successfully engaging the whole research community. The webinar will take place on October 30, at 1300 UTC. *UPDATE: Video now available!*

Happy birthday to us! Public data for you!

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Today ORCID turns 2. We have grown so much over the last two years and are close to 1,000,000 active ORCID iDs. Our membership base, site, resources, and API features have grown and developed far beyond our initial expectations, largely thanks to the encouragement and support from the community. Thank you!

With this anniversary, we also announce the release of our second annual public data file. This file contains a snapshot of all public data in the ORCID Registry associated with an ORCID record that was created or claimed by an individual. We publish this file once per year under a Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal public domain dedication. This means that, to the extent possible under law, ORCID has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to the Public Data File.

ORCID Competition for Best Tweet and Best Quote

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Next week, ORCID will reach two big milestones: our 1 millionth registrant and our 2-year anniversary. 

Help us celebrate by entering our "Best Tweet and Best Quote" competition.   What is your view of ORCID, your vision, your experience?  Why should your colleagues, your organization,  your association, your funder, your favorite application, use ORCID?  What is the best implementation of ORCID you have seen?

The winners will receive a coffee cup customized with their very own ORCID iD!  To enter the competition, send your tweet or quote with your name, affiliation, and ORCID iD, to [email protected], no later than Friday, October 10, 2014.  All submissions CC-BY.

ORCID in Andalucia! CBUA joins ORCID as consortium member

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CBUA: Consorcio de Bibliotecas Universitarias de Andalucía (Consortium of Andalusian University Libraries) is ORCID’s newest consortium member.  The CBUA ORCID initiative is led by the University of Sevilla, and aims to provide facilities to register researchers at the nine participating universities and to integrate ORCID identifiers into institutional repositories and institutional and regional research information systems (CRIS).  The CBUA have launched a Webpage that provides information on the initiative in Spanish.

Registration now open for Tokyo Outreach Meeting

The program will highlight how research organizations and universities, publishers, and professional societies in Asia are adopting ORCID, sharing lessons learned from implementations as well as plans for the future. The event is free and everyone who performs or supports research is invited to attend:  researchers, funders, professional association leaders, publishers, research policy-makers, repository managers, facilities managers, librarians, institutional leaders, research directors, and vendors. 

Denmark adopts ORCID! A Consortium approach to ORCID implementation.

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Denmark’s universities and research institutions all have their own CRIS (current research information system) with extensive information on their researchers and research output. Information on publications are harvested on a national basis to create a national research dissemination and promotion site. This also supports the calculation of the national bibliographic indicator, one of the comparative measures used by the government to determine the funding of universities.

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